As the travel & tourism industry continues on its recovery path, outbound trips from Uganda are increasing, with people eager to resume and reboot their travel plans. According to GlobalData, this pent-up demand, coupled with increased confidence around COVID-19 protocols, is helping to drive the recovery of Uganda’s outbound travel sector. GlobalData provides a complete picture of the outbound destinations from Uganda in its Travel & Tourism in Uganda report. Buy the report here.

In 2022, projections show that international departures from Uganda are expected to have grown by 73%.

Outbound travel from Uganda is not dominated by any single destination, but intraregional travel is a noticeable trend. In the case of Uganda, six of the ten most popular destinations are located in Africa.

However, even when focusing only on the top ten, flows to different destinations vary. Understanding the relative size of these and identifying high-potential destinations outside of this list is key to identifying promising growth markets for Uganda as a source market and for destinations to understand current preferences among Uganda travelers so they can better target them.

According to GlobalData’s report, Travel & Tourism in Uganda, the most popular destinations for the country’s travelers include Rwanda, Kenya, UAE, Tanzania and South Africa among others.

For more detailed analysis of the outbound destinations from Uganda, buy GlobalData’s Travel & Tourism in Uganda.


GlobalData, the leading provider of industry intelligence, provided the underlying data, research, and analysis used to produce this article.  

GlobalData’s Travel & Tourism Intelligence Center provides tracks tourism demands and flows, expenditure, and competitor KPIs across 180 countries. It also segments over $26 trillion in expenditure by accommodation, foodservice, retail, transport, and entertainment. GlobalData’s analysis reports provide detailed insight into key source and destination markets with real world examples of success to support recommendations.